If you share my weakness for wicker you’ll be thrilled to learn that Nashville-based interior designer Sarah Bartholomew (remember these dreamy spaces?) has launched a lovely new wicker furniture collaboration. The 17-piece Cape collection for Mainly Baskets Home includes classic woven seating, tables, and lighting. Among Sarah’s many inspirations were Givenchy’s vaulted atelier at Le Jonchet (his spectacular French chateau) and his pool house at Le Clos Fiorentina (his home on Cap Ferrat). While I’d gladly take one of everything, my personal favorites from Sarah’s collection have to be the understatedly chic Chatham Slipper Chair and the playful Fairfield Table Lamp. Read on to explore more of the gorgeous new Mainly Baskets collaboration.
“Wicker exudes an elevated simplicity. At once, it is both casual and elegant. Two of my design icons, Hubert Givenchy and Marella Agnelli, both had a love of wicker, and initially, the collection was inspired by the classic vintage pieces I have long loved.” – Sarah Bartholomew
I love the sweet bows on the back of the dining chair seat cushions. Sarah clearly considered every little detail when designing the collection.
Pictured above is the Whitehaven Table Lamp (with a fun blue and white gathered shade!) and the Tisbury Dining Arm Chair. Though it’s not part of the collaboration, you know I love that skirted table.
The wicker Chatham Chaise would be the perfect place to curl up with a book.
In the photo above Sarah’s own Nashville living room has been styled with the new wicker furniture collection. Of course you can’t go wrong with blue and white!
The braided detail on the armchair is especially handsome and timeless.
Love what you see? Explore the full Sarah Bartholomew for Mainly Baskets collection here. Bravo to both Sarah and Mainly Baskets on the brilliant new line—I can’t wait to place an order and see the lovely wicker pieces in person!